From Iloilo, an after-lunch travel by Ceres bus was made thinking I could make it to Tibiao before the sun set. Yes, I made it but, it was already dark at 5 pm because of the showers. Hiring a tricycle to find some place for the accommodation proved a little bit unyielding to my choice of comfort. So, I hired a habal-habal for an easy “go-around-the-place” for the search. And for the last try, we find my contentment and safety of the stay inside the University of Antique campus. There’s an airconditioned hometel there with the basic necessities available. Meals are done outside. Make a deal with the habal-habal driver for a “fetch-and-drop” prearrangement including his meals. Whatever you want to clarify about your tour, consider it with the “deal-talk”.
This is the road to the mountain where all are appealingly lovely to the eyes. Like this mini rice terraces which look like a miniature Banaue rice terraces.
Bugtong-Bato waterfalls. During my visit, water volume at the falls was modestly low, that’s why the water drop was thin. Some fallen trees caused by typhoon Yolanda were still there. I wonder who would take the initiative to free the first basin with the clutters of fallen tree debris and other objects. Those junks has been a hindrance for a nice swim at the the first falls.
Braving to climb the second falls was a fruitful one.
This is the 2nd Falls.
Some people living there are building their own houses or rooms for rent to visitors.
This is a quiet place away from the maddening crowd of city life. To unwind and rewind your energy will cost you a little sum of money but it is worth the fun and the experience.